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Colombo – West Indies captain Darren Sammy shares the view that spin bowling will play a major role in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup.

Speaking after the Windies second warm-up match against Sri Lanka, Sammy backed his slow bowlers to perform on the big stage.

“Spin will be effective during the tournament. It is quite clear. If you had a close look at the warm-up matches you would see the ball...

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Trinidad and Tobago have made one change to their 13 man squad that will host the England Lions at the Queen’s Park Oval from Friday. Left-handed middle-order batsman, Aneil Kanhai has been dropped from the squad following failure to produce substantial scores, gathering 21 runs in three innings. Against Barbados, he was bowled for six, then against the Combined Campuses and Colleges in Round Two,...
ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad, CMC – Denesh Ramdin is well aware that he was dropped from the West Indies team principally because of his lack of prowess in front of the stumps, rather than behind. The Trinidad...
Colombo, Sri Lanka, CMC – West Indies went down to Sri Lanka by four wickets in their second ICC Cricket World Cup match on Tuesday night. Batting first after winning the toss on a placid pitch, the Windies rattled up 281-9 off their 20 overs – their highest score on tour so far. The bowlers were however unable to limit the Sri Lanka batsmen who reached 282-6 to win with 15 balls remaining at the refurbished R Premadasa Stadium....

Colombo, Sri Lanka – Left-handers Chris Gayle and Darren Bravo made half-centuries as West Indies reached 281-9 off their 50 overs against Sri Lanka in their ICC Cricket World Cup warm-up match on Tuesday.

Gayle made a spectacular 58 off 38 balls with eight fours and massive six into the top tier of the grand stand, while Bravo made 54 off 78 balls with five boundaries. Gayle dominated an 85-run...

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